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Life After Ike

Posted by: Larry Bozka on October 21st, 2008

I have wasted a serious amount of time writing various versions of “What Happened to Our House in Seabrook When Hurricane Ike Hit,” and now realize it’s best to sum it up in three words, briefly elaborate, and move on. We got hammered. A little over three feet of Galveston Bay paid the house a [...]

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On the Road to Port Mansfield; Area Volunteer Cleanup Well Underway

Posted by: Larry Bozka on September 6th, 2008

My longtime friend and fellow shooter Mark Hall of CoastalPhotos.net and I will be spending a few days with Capt. Terry Neal of Port Mansfield next week, fly fishing the flats and sight-casting to tailing redfish. We will also fish with Capt. Randle Hall of Geaux Deep Charters on his 31-foot Bertram, named (naturally) “Geaux [...]

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There’s a Silver-Sided Lining to Every Storm

Posted by: Larry Bozka on September 1st, 2008

As I write this, the eye of Hurricane Gustav is making landfall only a few miles from Cocodrie, a tiny little fishing community near Terrebone and Vermillion Bays in southeast Louisiana. I used to fish there several times a year, until my friend Tom Holliday passed away and his lodge changed ownership. The fishing was [...]

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